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Carteret County news-times. (Beaufort and Morehead City, N.C.) 1948-current, September 17, 1948, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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tkZJ, sn CAETE2ET COUNTY NEWS TL3, HZZZZZAD CITS AND BZAUFC-T, N. C FE1DAT, SEPTEMBER 17, 1MI I1ABSHALLBEEG Mr. Charlie Lewis, Sr. and son, Mr. Charles Lewis, Jr., of Greens boro, N. C, have returned to their home after spending the past week here with his sister, Mrs. Teeney Lewis and family. Capt. Gray Harris, of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived here Friday night to visit his sister, Mrs. Ralph Neal. Mr. Qucnten Lewis spent the week ;nd in Newport News, Va. Mr, and Mrs. Monroe Austin, of Hatteras, N. C, arrived here Tues day to visit their daughter, Mrs. Julian Brown, Jr. and Mr. Julian Brown, Jr. Miss Peggy Matthews has re turned home to Rocky Mount after visiting Miss Lcatrice Lewis. Mrs. Julian Brown, Sr. return ed home Saturday from Ports mouth, Va. where she spent two months with her daughter, Mrs. William Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lewis and children, of New Bern, N. C, spent a long week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Lewis. Mrs. Homer Guthrie and baby are visiting her parents in Beau fort, N. C. i Miss Janice Pake and Mrs. Har riet Pake are visiting friends in Rocky Mount, N. C. SMYRNA Mrs. J. M. Kirman, who has been SCORCHY SMITH visiting relatives at Ocracoke, re turned to Smyrna last week and will spend a few days here with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Willis. Reverend L. C. Chandler filled his appointment at the Baptist church here Sunday night. Mrs. Berkley Simpson and son, Jack and mother, Mrs. Nina Wade if Beaufort visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Hilda Gillikin spent the weekend here with Mrs. Vivian Three In One SCORCHY SMITH ii. mj ii mi www mmnwf guj yyg f HE rVELL,MISS ( Wwmi fr WUli " ii" i i cannot WAV BE IN I ITS JUST , V3 Kil lf1UP f R. SMITH EXPBCTS USTDlVPESEPT TROUBLE.' , V POSSIBLE " '"n'Sf LfCW. CARRV OUT HIS SCHEME F HIM... ifi)ku,J I VvJYPV VVV "rSTT? SCORCHY SWINGS TO WINGS t IOBCTTK ififi., . I'jfflf&r !t -JH VOUCLUWSV FOOL.' TIL: JTT V y ' SCORCHY aMITIl Chadwick. : ; ' Mr. and Mrs. Guion Simpson and son, Guion, Jr. spent some time at Charleston, S. C. last week. Mrs. Maggie Hancock visited her son and family at Marshallberg, a few days last wtek. Mrs. Hattie Stead, of Gloucester, visited relatives here Saturday night. Mr. Herbert Hancock and Mrs. Harry Chadwick were business vi sitors at Beaufort Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Piner, of Marshallberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pigott, of Gloucester, and Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wade, of Williston, were visitors at Smyrna Friday night. Mr. Leonard Gillikins, who has been employed at Georgia for a short time, returned to his home here Saturday night. Harry Jacunski, the 'Mother" end with the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League during the Don Hutson regime, is now an assistant football coach at Yale. West Virginia has an 11 game football schedule this season. HAVELCCK Paul Law and Bill Burroughs, of 4 E. Cahoque drive, spent last week-end in High Point. i Shirley Mo well, of 1 I. Rodanthe drive, entertained at a birthday party Monday evening, Sept. 13th, honoring Samuel Fones. During the evening games were played. Refreshments consisting of cake, ice cream, candy and nuts were served. Those present included Melvin Culbreth, James Diffce, Billy Sermons, Ralph Lee, Gerald Bass, Sonny Fones, James White, Larry Sumners, Barbara Carcich, Mary Jo Mickey, Pat Sumners, Glo ria Davis, Betty Jean Russell, Mary Culbreth, Dolores Fones. Mr. and Mrs. George Foy and daughters, Judith and Donna, re cently went to Elizabeth City and Virginia Beach to attend Shriners' conventions. Stacey road, left Thursday for Georgetown University in Wash ington, D. C. Mr. J. D. Hales, of 6 N. Cherry road, is convalescing at his home. Havelock Community Chapel Sunday, Sept. 19 0:43 DST Sunday School will re-open. 11 Morning Worship. Sermon, Chaplain Richard Cleaves 6:45 Christian Endeavor 8 Evening Worship. Sermon, Chaplain Ralph Curtis. NEGRO NEWS Mr. Eddie Collins is ill at his home. Miss Violet Johnson left Wed nesday for college. Donald Henry and Ciiavlos Hcn ?nvson arc ivrobcrs of the fresh man c'iss at A. & T. college in r'rPonsboro. Returning to A. & T. ccllfgc are Kiss Nana Vnp .Tnhnsnn. Wilhprt Stanley and Thomas Davis of Beau Marvin Carcich, accompanied by lurt and Aex Monroe and John his father, Mr. N. Carcich, of 3 A. I xillery of Morehead City. James Junior left Tuesday for college. The Misses Sylvia Marbley and Ernestine Herring of Morehead I KIIOW WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!" "I'm not like the politicians I'm giving yon the straight dope and there's absolutely no "bull" about it. I'm referring to the HOT DOGS and HAMBURGERS Mr. Barefoot sells over there at the ATLANTIC BEACH GROCERY "They are absolutely the most DELICIOUS that I have tasted in Carteret County! With salt, pepper, mustard, onions, and Mr. Bare foot's own specially sauce. Well, try them yourself and see if I'm not right! You can't in go wrong! (P. S. GOT GOOD TEXACO PHONE NUMBER GAS AND OIL, TOO. IS M 4097) City will enter F ayetteville State Teachers college. ' :. The Misses Ann Elizabeth Davis and Hilda Smith of Beaufort will return to college in Fayetteville. Miss Vanessa Hester of More head City will be a member of the freshman class at Livingstone col lege. ' Mrs. Fannie Tillery Butler and. Miss Daisy Bell iMurrell of Beau fort will return to Livingstone col lege. . Miss Gladys Pearsall is return ing to Knoxville college. Mr. Amos Dudley of Morehead City is entering Talladega college In Alabama. Mr. Riley McNeil spent last weekend at home from the North where he is fishing. ' Anderson-Dawson Miss Mary Dawson and Alias, Ray Anderson were married on Saturday, Sept. 11, at Purvis Chapel parsonage by the Revr J. E. Austin. 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